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Today's News

  • Police reports - Oct. 4, 2009

    According to Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office reports:

    • A Lancaster man stopped for speeding was arrested on a drug charge on Oct. 1.

    James Horace Watts, 54, 2311 Sunshine Road, was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana and unlawful carrying of a pistol.

    The report said a deputy stopped a Nissan Frontier for speeding on Pageland Highway. The deputy smelled marijuana inside the car, the report said.

  • Caudle enjoys the game

    Buford High School senior offensive and defensive lineman Jontrell Caudle is a player who truly enjoys the game of football.

    Every aspect, including all the in-the-shadows bumps and bruises Saturday morning brings after the bright Friday night lights of trench battles.

    “I pretty much like everything about the game. Preparing for the games, the school spirit that it inspires. I even like waking up sore on Saturday morning,” Caudle said.

  • Rucker rolls to stay unbeaten

    The A.R. Rucker Rams improved to 3-0 with a 44-6 win over Camden Military on Wednesday night.

    Jerell White scored on a 40-yard run and a 62-yard dash and added a two-point conversion for the Rams. Korickio Cunningham had a nine-yard TD run and a 60-yard kickoff return.

    Mario McFadden raced 18 yards for a score and tallied on a two-point conversion. Quinshun Evans raced 58 yards for a score. Cameron Meadows added a two-point conversion.

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  • IL Lady Warriors sweep AJ in high school volleyball play

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors swept to a 3-0 road win over Class AA county foe Andrew Jackson on Monday night.

    The Lady Warriors, rated seventh in the latest Class A state poll, prevailed 25-20, 25-23 and 25-18

    Shelby McConnell led the Lady Warriors’ effort with five aces and six kills. Rosita Rivera registered seven digs and Paige Brugh posted three blocks.

    The Lady Warriors faced Buford on Tuesday and Lewisville on Thursday in Conference III-A play.

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  • Turnovers foil AJ in loss to Bulldogs

    CAMDEN Christmas came early for Camden as Andrew Jackson turned the ball over three times in the game’s first six minutes in sparking CHS to a 47-23 win over the Volunteers at Zemp Stadium.

    CHS converted the turnovers into an insurmountable 20-0 lead en route to the 24-point non-conference win over AJ.

    “We have got to be mentally prepared to play each week,” AJ coach Elmer Bench said. “The three turnovers early put us in a position that was tough to overcome.”

    AJ, down 34-0 at the half, regrouped and played better in the second half.

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  • County pair reaps Tri-County honors

    For the third time this season, Lancaster High School senior running back Zed Truesdale has been honored by the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association.

    Truesdale, who has run for 766 yards and 10 scores this season for the 4-0 Bruins, was named the Division I Offensive Player of the Week.

    Truesdale, in the Bruins’ 17-7 win over York at Memorial Stadium, rushed for 250 yards and two scores in the win.

  • Jackets blitz Lions

    RICHBURG  Friday night was a wet one for the Buford Yellow Jackets, as they traveled to Lewisville to take on the Lions. The Yellow Jackets usually prosper from these sorts of games, and this Conference III-A contest was no different.

    With the exception of a huge 58-yard touchdown run from BHS senior running back Andrew “AT” Jennings, you could have called the first quarter “the Britt Wells Show.”